Kelly Neill is a nonresident scholar at the Center for Energy Studies and a lecturer (assistant professor) at the University of Sydney School of Economics. Her research has focused on competition in natural gas markets, particularly in Australia. She has studied how electricity and gas markets interact, vertical integration of gas retailing and shipping, and the consequences of restricting exports of liquefied natural gas. She is also interested in electricity reliability.
Neill earned a Ph.D. in economics from Rice University, an M.Phil. in economics from the University of Western Australia and a B.A. in economics (with honors) and Asian studies from the Australian National University.
Contact her at Kelly.Neill@sydney.edu.au
Why Natural Gas Price Caps in Australia are Poor Policy
Kelly Neill February 7, 2023